Best Bannon podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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THE MILO SHOW
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THE MILO SHOW airs Monday to Friday, 4/3c.
 
Emmy Award—winning producer, actor, and comedian Larry Wilmore is back on the air, hosting a podcast where he weighs in on the issues of the week and interviews guests in the worlds of politics, entertainment, culture, sports, and beyond.
 
Fareed Zakaria GPS takes a comprehensive look at foreign affairs and global policies through in-depth, one-on-one interviews and fascinating roundtable discussions.
 
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THE MILO SHOW
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THE MILO SHOW airs Monday to Friday, 4/3c.
 
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THE MILO SHOW
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THE MILO SHOW airs Monday to Friday, 4/3c.
 
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The Economist asks
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One question posed to a high-profile newsmaker, followed up with lively debate. Anne McElvoy hosts The Economist's chat show. Published every Thursday on Economist Radio.
 
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THE MILO SHOW
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THE MILO SHOW airs Monday to Friday, 4/3c.
 
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THE MILO SHOW
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THE MILO SHOW airs Monday to Friday, 4/3c.
 
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THE MILO SHOW
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THE MILO SHOW airs Monday to Friday, 4/3c.
 
Rays Talk Show episode 255: Ray Collazo explains why Steve Bannon isn't the real problem and who really needs to look in the mirror. And why #ImpeachNow is only strategy left.
 
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Embedded
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Host Kelly McEvers takes a story from the news and goes deep. Whether that means digging into the Trump administration's past, the stories behind police shootings caught on video, or visiting a town ravaged by the opioid epidemic, Embedded takes you where the news is happening.
 
Engaging interviews and discussions of elections and the political issues of the day
 
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THE MILO SHOW
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THE MILO SHOW airs Monday to Friday, 4/3c.
 
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THE MILO SHOW
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THE MILO SHOW airs Monday to Friday, 4/3c.
 
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THE MILO SHOW
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THE MILO SHOW airs Monday to Friday, 4/3c.
 
Paul Lisnek Behind the Curtain on WGN Plus from WGN Radio in Chicago
 
Welcome to Sorry Not Sorry, the Canadian politics and culture podcast where we discuss issues important to Canadians in an attempt to bridge the gap in an ever-polarizing society.
 
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Citizen Radio
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Citizen Radio is hosted by Allison Kilkenny and is dedicated to covering the stories that the mainstream, corporate media ignores. It's like Democracy Now but with much more swearing. They have interviewed such distinct intellectuals, bands, and comics such as Noam Chomsky, Ralph Nader, Rachel Maddow, Melissa Harris-Perry, Tariq Ali, Howard Zinn, Matt Taibbi, Rise Against, System of a Down, Anti-Flag, Bad Religion, Jeremy Scahill, Robin Williams, Matt Besser, Janeane Garofalo, and more. “[Ci ...
 
Welcome to Above the Bar!!! We are two attorneys who love libations and conversations and figured we would share all of the fun in a weekly podcast. Every Wednesday we will take on current events with a legal twist as we are some of our opinions, legal background and libation recipes to help you through hump day.
 
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The New Washington
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This limited-run series of interviews from the producers of "The Daily" takes you inside Trump’s Washington. From July through December of 2017, "The New Washington" delivered interviews with the political character you wanted to hear from most that week, with analysis and commentary from Michael Barbaro, Carl Hulse and their colleagues in the D.C. bureau of The New York Times.
 
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Anne McElvoy asks the controversial podcast host, and author of “The Right Side of History”, why he thinks the West needs a revival of old-fashioned values. In the wake of the mass shootings in New Zealand, they debate whether individuals, platforms or governments are responsible for controlling extreme content online. Also, does Ben Shapiro ev ...…
 
The WHOLE New World of Alan Menken – legendary Composer and Songwriter of Aladdin/Newsies/Bronx Tale in Concert at Auditorium Theatre on March 30th; the Cast of Little Shop of Horrors at Mercury Theater; and Richard Pryor, Jr. the son of the legendary comedian on his new book This week, one of the most exciting looks behind the curtain ever! Fi ...…
 
On GPS, Fareed is joined by an all-star panel to discuss the terror attack in New Zealand and the fallout from this week's votes in British parliament on Brexit. Also, Ukraine's upcoming election is already the victim of meddling - what can the US learn? Finally, actor Dev Patel on his new film "Hotel Mumbai" about that city's devastating 2008 ...…
 
This week Paul goes behind the curtain with author and newspaperman “John Bernard Ruane” to discuss his new book, “The Real News: The Never Before Told Stories of Donald Trump & Fake News.” A series of stories that make you wonder if they actually happened, from a young child offering up the solution to the gun issue, to Oprah Winfrey’s decisio ...…
 
Anne McElvoy asks the award-winning stand-up comedian and creator of "The Office" whether there are any taboos left in comedy and if it matters when people are offended. They discuss seeing the funny side of illness, addiction, death and grief in his new comedy, “After Life”, and whether dogs might save the world…
 
Airdate March 10, 2019: On GPS: Riyadh feels the heat as powerful voices call for accountability for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. Will the Kingdom step up? In Jerusalem, Bibi Netanyahu faces serious corruption indictments, just before Israel's April elections. Can he survive? And, as the clock ticks down to PM May's 2nd vote on the Brexit dea ...…
 
Meghan Markle (the Duchess of Sussex), Annie Lennox, Adwoa Aboah, Julia Gillard and other guests discuss feminism with Anne McElvoy on International Women’s Day. They debate how to end period poverty, what men and boys can do and does the Duchess get irked by charges of supporting "trendy" causes? The event was organised by the Queen’s Commonwe ...…
 
HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons joins to talk about LeBron on the Lakers (1:42), loneliness in the NBA (29:05), and how the documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’ is going to affect Michael Jackson’s legacy (45:40). Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Bill Simmons
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with noted actor/writer/director Chazz Palminteri to chat about “A Bronx Tale.” The show is autobiographical, even moreso than many people realize; Chazz talks candidly of the shooting he witnessed as a child, his resulting friendship with a mobster and romance with an African American woman in the 1960s ...…
 
The head of the International Monetary Fund tells Anne McElvoy what it is like to be the “firefighter” of the global financial system. They debate how realistic it is to push for multilateralism against a backdrop of tariff wars, whether Brexit will be delayed and how the IMF can help Venezuela. Ms Lagarde also reflects on the loneliness of bei ...…
 
On GPS: Pres. Trump & Kim Jong Un fail to reach a peace deal. Fareed and a great panel discuss what's next, and where did all the love between them go? Then, India & Pakistan's long enmity flared this week as each side claimed victory in the skies, but is there hope of reconciliation on the subcontinent? GUESTS: Richard Haass, Robin Wright, Mat ...…
 
Sir Ivan Rogers, Britain’s former Ambassador to the EU, says Brexit will happen in 2019. Anne McElvoy also asks him whether Theresa May, Britain’s Prime Minister, is right to take a no-deal exit off the table, what was his advice and how much did she listen. Also, what will the EU’s relationship with Britain be after the divorce and could Brita ...…
 
This week Paul goes behind the curtain with the authors of a new book that looks at the reasons behind Chicago’s financial, educational and political challenges through a comparison and analysis to life in many other big cities. Co-authors Ed Bachrach and Austin Berg teach us in “The New Chicago Way,” that the power structure, corruption level, ...…
 
An exclusive interview with Juan Guaido's representative in Washington, Carlos Vecchio. What next for Venezuela? Will the crisis end? Then, New York Magazine's David Wallace-Wells tells Fareed why he thinks it's time to panic about climate change. 2/24/19 via Knit
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with Roslyn Kind…yes, she is Barbra Streisand’s sister but a force in her own right with an incredible voice and a passion for trying to replace the negativity in our country today with love and peace. The story beyind her newly recorded “Save the Country, “ now available on I-Tunes, Amazon, CD Baby, etc. ...…
 
After earning an Oscar nomination for "12 Years a Slave" and his super-villain stripes in "Doctor Strange", Chiwetel Ejiofor has turned his hand to directing. Anne McElvoy asks him what it will take for Hollywood to start casting black actors as the romantic lead. They discuss why there is still so little diversity behind the camera and how muc ...…
 
TMZ’s Van Lathan joins Larry Wilmore to talk about the latest developments in the Jussie Smollett case, including his initial story (23:05), his possible motivations for allegedly lying about the incident (44:45), and the consequences of reporting a false attack (53:54). Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Van Lathan…
 
For months, officials claimed fewer than 100 people died from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Then, all of a sudden, the official estimate rose to nearly 3,000 deaths. How did that happen? We have the story of one family that helps make sense of it.
 
On GPS: After giving BILLIONS of his own fortune away to causes like education, polio, and malaria, Bill Gates tells Fareed what he makes of proposals to raise taxes on the wealthy. Then, Stanford computer scientist Daphne Koller on the revolution that might just save your life - when A.I. meets medicine. Guests: Bill Gates, Daphne Koller 2/17/ ...…
 
Former White House Staffer Cliff Sims, author of “Team of Vipers”, tells Anne McElvoy why he’s suing Donald Trump. They unpick the paradox of how a man who stirs such fierce loyalty in his supporters inspires so little inside his administration. Also, why the president is great in a crisis and the true meaning of “executive time”…
 
This week Paul goes Behind the Curtain to look at the political issues of the day including the crafting of a proposed deal by Congressional negotiators to end the border wall vs. shutdown showdown. Political strategist Brad Bannon of Bannon Communication Research opines about who he thinks the winners and losers are, and a look to what the dem ...…
 
On GPS: As the crisis in Caracas barrels on, Fareed asks former Venezuelan Trade Minister Moises Naim & the Council on Foreign Relation's Shannon O'Neil what it will take to end Venezuela's protracted political predicament. Then, NY Magazine writer Rebecca Traister talks about what she calls "the revolutionary power of women's anger" today and ...…
 
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright joins Larry Wilmore for a live conversation about the history of fascism and why it still presents a threat to our democracy. Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Madeleine Albright
 
Rutger Bregman, author of "Utopia for Realists", told Davos that more tax is better than corporate good works. Our economics editor, Henry Curr, challenges him on whether governments should soak the rich. And is income, wealth or inheritance the best target? Anne McElvoy hosts
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with a visit to two great shows on the stages of Chicago. First, Windy City Playhouse presents: “Noises Off,” a British farce that plays with great hilarity pleasing audiences every night. WCP is becoming known as the theater of immersive productions, ones which take the audience INTO the action or behind ...…
 
Airdate February 3, 2019: On GPS: The US nixes a major nuclear treat with Russia while political pandemonium rages on in Caracas. Richard Haass, Anne McElvoy, & Tony Blinken break it all down with Fareed. Then, once the most feared narcotrafficker in Mexico, "El Chapo" Guzman's trial in a Brooklyn courthouse has nearly ended. VICE News editor & ...…
 
Larry Wilmore is joined by Jason Rezaian, the former Washington Post Tehran bureau chief who was held hostage in Iran for 544 days, from 2014 to 2016. They talk about Rezaian’s experience growing up in America as an Iranian (14:11), being imprisoned by the Iranian government (33:47), and trying to bring avocados to Iran (48:00). Host: Larry Wil ...…
 
The prime minister of New Zealand explains why her country is a laboratory for progressive politics. The Economist’s Anne McElvoy and Zanny Minton Beddoes ask her about the economics of well-being and whether she really is “the anti-Trump”. Also, why New Zealand has had enough of being left off the map…
 
Join us as we closeout season 1 and discuss some of 2018's final news stories.
 
On GPS: As political chaos plunges Caracas into crisis, Fareed breaks down what's at stake in Venezuela. Then, the view from Davos. First, Fareed's Take, then Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland on her country's recent spats with China and Saudi Arabia. Finally, a great chat with Jane Goodall about humans and chimps - their similarities ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain to discuss two theatrical productions that address issues facing so many people today. First, the cast of the funny and meaningful play “Dada Woof, Papa Hot,” produced by About Face Theatre and playing at Theater Wit thru Feb 16th. Parenting is challenging for straight couples as well as gay couples. This ...…
 
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Anne McElvoy asks our editor-in-chief Zanny Minton Beddoes and Patrick Foulis, author of the cover story, why globalisation has run out of steam and what will future economic growth look like?
 
Larry Wilmore sits down with comedian Pete Holmes to talk about reactions to Louis C.K. doing stand up again (24:18), growing up in an evangelical church (29:55), and his inspirations for his TV show ‘Crashing’ (53:39). Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Pete Holmes
 
Airdate January 20, 2019: On GPS: Former UK PM Tony Blair calls for a new referendum on Brexit after the defeat of PM May's deal in Parliament. Then, Aaron Sorkin joins Fareed to talk about his new Broadway production of "To Kill a Mockingbird" and what it tells us about race in America - then and now. GUESTS: Tony Blair, Aaron Sorkin via Knit…
 
Deborah Lipstadt made headlines for facing down a libel charge from the English author David Irving after she accused him of Holocaust denial. Anne McElvoy asks her about the return of “the oldest hatred”. They discuss how the Pittsburgh massacre changed what it is to be Jewish in America. And, from Larry David to “The Marvelous Mrs Maisel”, wh ...…
 
This week’s podcast is all theater! Paul talks with the star of Kinky Boots, Kenneth Mosely (Lola). Kenneth, who appeared in Chicago as Berry Gordy in Motown the Musical now steps into this iconic role from the fun uplifting show playing at the Cadillac Palace theater through January 27th. Then both members of the two-person cast of Woman in Bl ...…
 
On GPS: What could President Trump do if he declares a national emergency? Fareed digs into the powers Trump could grab, with Elizabeth Goitein and John Yoo. Then, what to make of Sec. of State Mike Pompeo's visit to the Middle East this week? Robin Wright, Tarek Masoud, and Martin Indyk try to pick out the signal from the noise of the Trump ad ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain to discuss the need to increase the role and success of women in politics and government. Rebecca Sives, the author of “Vote Her In” and “Every Day is Election Day,” presents the game plan for giving women a larger voice in government. Then the incredible musical experience “Too Hot to Handel: The Jazz Go ...…
 
Childhood is not what it used to be, according to The Economist's special report this week. The race to set children on the path to professional and personal success now begins before preschool. But competitive parenting is increasing inequality. Are there any alternatives to the “rug-rat race”? Anne McElvoy hosts…
 
On GPS: Fareed breaks down what stories, trends, and tropes to watch in 2019 with Ian Bremmer, Rana Foroohar, & David Miliband. Then, the man Trump calls the "leading authority" on China defends tariffs and the trade war. GUESTS: Ian Bremmer, Rana Foroohar, David Miliband, Michael Pillsbury, Steven Johnson January 6, 2019 via Knit…
 
Anne McElvoy looks back over a year in interviews. Among her guests were several casualties of the Trump administration, from James Comey to Steve Bannon. Tina Tchen, lead lawyer on the Time’s Up campaign, and clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson disagree over the promise of #MeToo. And David Sedaris finds comedy in the most excruciating circu ...…
 
Fareed traces the history of why and how Article II, Section IV of the U.S. Constitution has been used in this in-depth look at the high stakes of America's 'last resort' option to remove a president. 12/30/18 via Knit
 
Our Johnson columnist, Lane Greene, decodes the language of 2018 with Lynne Murphy, author of “The Prodigal Tongue” and Anton La Guardia, keeper of The Economist’s style guide. Which words best sum up the closing year? They debate “woke bros” versus “iron snowflakes”, the pros and cons of Americanisms and the key to great writing.…
 
Defense Secretary Mattis resigns after a struggle over Syria. Richard Haass & Fareed break down the President's drive to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria and decrease troop levels in Afghanistan. Then, do we focus too much on the negative? Or is the world really that scary? A debate between Niall Ferguson and Steven Pinker. Guests: Richard Haass ...…
 
Anne McElvoy, our senior editor, asks Doris Kearns Goodwin, Pulitzer prize-winning author, what makes a great president and how Donald Trump is changing what it means to hold that office. Doris Kearns Goodwin also says she keeps waiting for Mr Trump to grow in office.
 
Larry Wilmore sits down with Tommy Alter to talk about the year in politics and news, including Steph Curry claiming that the moon landing was faked (4:38), Donald Trump’s relationship with the truth (16:40), who will be the Democratic nominee for president in 2020 (27:07), and who should host the Oscars (56:24). Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Tomm ...…
 
This week readies for the holidays by going behind the scenes of the hottest shows playing in Chicago this season. First up, “Fiddler on the Roof,” one of Paul’s all time favorite shows. He visits with Maite Uzal (Golde) and Natalie Powers (Chava) to discuss the everlasting appeal of this huge Broadway hit. Then the percussion-filled “Stomp” is ...…
 
After a bruising week in Britain, can PM May bring Brexit to fruition? Fareed discusses with two bright Brits. Then, is China behind the Marriott hack? NYT's David Sanger has a new report out alleging just that. Find out why Beijing is so bothered about bookings. GUESTS: Zanny Minton Beddoes, David Miliband, David Sanger, Charles Duhigg, Ray Da ...…
 
Anne McElvoy, our senior editor, takes the temperature in a dramatic week in British politics with John Peet, The Economist’s Brexit editor, and Labour MP Stephen Kinnock, a proponent of a different way to solve the Brexit dilemma. They discuss Theresa May’s next moves, a Norway option and the possibility of a second referendum…
 
Paul goes Behind the Curtain to discuss amazing efforts to assist Veterans in need. First, Benjamin Patton (the grandson of decorated WWII General George S. Patton and the son of another decorated General) has created the Patton Veterans Project…a filmmaking venture with vets called “I was There” Film Workshops. A fascinating story to get vets ...…
 
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